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Review: Cheshire Triple Sec

Posted by Arctic Wolf on January 3, 2017

cheshire-sam_2937This year I plan to sprinkle a few liqueur reviews in between my Rum Howler Award postings, and I will start with a new Orange Liqueur my wife bought for me this past Christmas. I had asked her to pick up a bottle of Bols Triple Sec which is one of my favoured Orange Curacao mixers, but instead she brought home Cheshire Triple Sec. As I was expecting Bols, I decided to do a little comparing between the two when I wrote the review.

Cheshire Triple Sec is an American spirit produced in Minnesota apparently for the Prestige Wine Group. I could find very little information regarding the spirit. What I do know I gleaned from the back label of the bottle. According to the ingredients list the orange liqueur  is produced from alcohol, water, sugar and flavour. it is bottled at 15 % alcohol by volume, and is part of the Preferred Selection at the Western Canadian Liquor Depot chain of stores.

Here is my link to the full review:

Review: Cheshire Triple Sec

“… in the interest of a good review I decided to make two Margarita cocktails side by side. One with Cheshire Triple Sec, and one with the last of my Bols Triple Sec. I used a clean Blanco Tequila which I quite like called Avion, and fresh lime juice for both cocktails. Avion is a really good tequila for clean Margaritas and it was no surprise to me that both cocktails tasted good. However there was a decided difference between the two …”

I hope you enjoy the comparative review, tomorrow I will return to my 2017 Rum Howler Awards.

Chimo!

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